Mansfield Police Report

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April 3

Woodcrest Lane, 3700 block: 1.00 gram of marijuana and paraphernalia were seized and an individual was arrested for possession of marijuana.

E. U.S. 287, 2100 block: An individual was arrested for public intoxication by a minor with drugs.

April 4

Hickory Court, 1000 block: An incident involving harassment was reported.

Bucaneer, 7700 block: An individual was arrested for the manual delivery of a controlled substance.

Doral Drive, 800 block: An individual was arrested for assault causing bodily injury.

S. Texas 360, 400 block: Two individuals were arrested for assault by contact.

Bluebird Lane, 4600 block: An individual was arrested for public intoxication with alcohol.

April 5

Garden Path Lane, 4200 & 4300 blocks: An unlocked white 1997 Toyota Tundra and an unlocked gray 2006 Chevy Malibu parked at a residence were burglarized and an individual was arrested for burglary of motor vehicles.

Waterwood Drive, 1400 block: An unlocked red 2006 Infiniti G35 parked at a residence was burglarized, and a Swiss backpack, headphones, watch, U.S. passport, book and Garmin GPS system worth $365 were stolen and recovered.

Scenic Glen Drive, 3300 block: An unlocked maroon 2008 Chevy Suburban parked at a residence was burglarized, and a Garmin GPS system, jacket, ammunition, drill, hand tool, tool box, DKNY purse, Nikon digital camera, pair of binoculars, briefcase, two books, pair of scissors, medical bag, two stethoscopes, wallet, blood pressure cuff and prescription drugs worth $590 were stolen and recovered.

N. Walnut Creek, 900 block: An Apple iPhone 5 was stolen from an individual, totaling $599 in loss.

April 6

FM 157, 1500 block: The windows and tires of a silver 2006 Nissan Maxima parked at an office building were damaged by a blunt instrument in an incident involving criminal mischief, totaling $1,200 in loss.

Pond Street, 300 block: A burglar unlawfully entered a residence through the front door, and a mower was stolen, totaling $250 in loss.

N. U.S. 287, 1800 block: An individual used a fraudulent American Express gift check in an incident involving forgery of a financial instrument at a retail store, and currency, bath towel, t-shirt, 20-ounce bottle of Sunkist, lotion and batteries were stolen, totaling $500 in loss.

Hunt Street, 200 block: Auto body parts were taken into evidence in an incident involving a vehicle striking a fixture or landscaping at a residence, totaling $1,500 in loss.

Don Drive, 4400 block: A mailbox at a residence was burned in an incident involving arson with incendiary explosives, totaling $100 in loss.

W. Debbie Lane, 100 block: Assorted t-shirts were stolen from a specialty store, totaling $149.90 in loss.

April 7

E. Broad Street, 1900 block: An individual was arrested for assault by contact.

Fairhaven Drive, 1100 block: An individual was arrested for alcohol consumption by a minor.

N. Walnut Creek Drive, 1200 block: An individual was arrested for burglary of a habitation, unlawful entry.

N. U.S. 287, 1800 block: Black and gold earrings, turquoise earrings, red earrings, pearl earrings, black diamond earrings, gold earrings and blue flower earrings worth $62.94 were stolen from a retail store and recovered, and an individual was arrested for theft of property.

N. U.S. 287, 1800 block: Seventeen Pokemon card sets worth $76.83 were stolen from a retail store and recovered in an incident involving theft of property.

April 8

E. Debbie Lane, 100 block: An individual was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

Parkside Drive, 1500 block: A burglar forcibly entering a residence, damaged the locked rear door using feet, hands or body, and three laptops and an Apple iPad tablet were stolen, totaling $3,800 in loss.

E. Debbie Lane, 1600 block: An individual was arrested for disorderly conduct in the form of fighting.

N. Main Street, 3000 block: Copper wire and a flat-bed trailer worth $300 were stolen and recovered and an individual was arrested for theft of materials.

April 9

Kings Way Drive, 400 block: An individual was arrested for assault causing bodily injury at an apartment complex.

N. Texas 360, 300 block: A burglar forcibly entered a business through the rear locked door, using a pry bar or large screwdriver, and hand tools and two televisions were stolen, totaling $1,201 in loss.

E. Broad Street, 1300 block: An individual was arrested for credit card or debit card abuse.

N. Willow Street, 100 block: An unattended white 2005 Ford F-150 was damaged by a vehicle whose driver did not stop.

FM 917 2300 block: A fence at an automotive business was damaged and four tires were stolen, totaling $1,000 in loss.

Touchstone Court, 100 block: An individual was arrested for assault causing bodily injury.

April 10

N. U.S. 287, 2000 block: A burglar damaged windows while forcibly entering a specialty store, totaling $2,500 in loss.

N. U.S. 287, 100 block: An individual was arrested for theft.

S. U.S. 287, 1500 block: An individual was arrested for theft.

S. Main Street, 800 block: A stolen trailer was recovered, and a lawn mower was seized to identify it as possibly stolen.

Watson Drive, 1600 block: An incident involving assault by contact was reported.

N. U.S. 287, 2000 block: An individual was arrested for the sale of alcohol to minors at a restaurant.

April 11

Miterton Court, 100 block: A burglar entered an unlocked white 2010 Chevy Malibu parked at a residence, and a Kate Spade wallet, a Texas driver’s license and two debit cards were stolen, totaling $53 in loss.

Gertie Barrett Road, 1800 block: An incident involving assault with a previous conviction was reported.

Chimney Hill Circle, 400 block: An individual was arrested for assault causing bodily injury.

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